At times, the simplest means can lead us to our most significant breakthroughs. Below are the surefire tips to achieve the vision we have for ourselves, that even success coach John Calub can agree to:
Envision Your Success
When you have a pair of scissors, old magazines, tape or glue, and some canvas, then you can create your vision board. You do not have to be an oh so talented artist for you to make it. Your primary objective here is to bring your vision to life through the use of meaningful images.
You may choose to cut out pictures, single words, and entire quotes – anything that you can dream of! Choose images that resonate with the goals you have. You can create multiple boards if you’re the type of person who loves organization – for instance, one committee for your purposes, another for business-oriented ones.
To get the most out of this practice, I recommend setting aside about an hour where you’ll be undisturbed. Remember, there is no right or wrong way to create your board – have fun with this!
Journal Your Way to Success
Believe it or not, you don’t fully know YOU. That’s why journaling is important. Having a journal isn’t only an excellent way to discover a thing or two about yourself, it also serves as a powerful productivity tool.
Keeping a journal with you can help you record little victories you are probably overlooking. Besides, you can leverage the progress faith and let yourself get that lift by realizing you are actually making progress. Also, you can scribble down setbacks that happen in your life. Doing this, you can be more aware of how you can eliminate negativities that stop you achieving the progress you want.
If you’re new to journaling, then consider starting small; give it a try for a month to determine if it would be a good fit for you. Try to journal as well at the same time each day to make a ritual out of practice. Remember that the key here is to stay consistent.
Declutter If You Must
“Clutter gets in the way of being able to see the life you want.” – Warren Talbot
If you ever think that the only purpose of decluttering is to have a cleaner, and more organized home, you better think again. Decluttering is an effective tool you can use to give some space in your life and finally achieve the clearer vision you need to get your goals in order, and ultimately, make them.
Author Laura Shin from Forbes.com featured the story of a couple, namely Betsy and Warren Talbot, who decided to spend the remainder of their lives traveling. It took them two years of selling before they embarked on their worldwide voyage. Now living their vision of a “dream life,” their journey inspired them to pen several books.
Warren Talbot revealed that among the steps they took to achieve their goal was decluttering. As per him, it’s what kept them tied down and makes it that much more challenging actually to envision the life that we want to achieve.